The city where Kira Argounova lives with her family until the Civil War in Russia drives them out of their home.
Song of the Little Apple
This is a sign of the revolution that no one seems to know what it means, yet everyone understands.
A song of nationalism that Kira tries not to listen to.
Argounov's Navy Soap
The business enterprise started by Kira's father after his textile shop fails.
The place where Kira believes she'll find information about Leo following his arrest.
A small stove that burns kerosene and seems similar to a camp stove.
The place where food sometimes arrives from the countryside.
A southern region where Kira's family are during a period of the war, and where Leo goes when he's diagnosed with tuberculosis.
Where many are exiled for counter-revolutionary activities, including Irina and Sasha.
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